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References & acknowledgments

Unless otherwise indicated, all clinical photographs are from the UCT surgical pathology collection, all specimens are from the UCT Pathology Learning Centre.

  • Jochelson, K. The Colour of Disease. Syphilis and Racism in South Africa, 1880-1950. Basingstoke; Palgrave Macmillan, 2001 was the primary historical reference
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